The Arts

IN Noosa Magazine Winter 2019

This season’s issue #20

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The Arts

The latest arts news in Noosa

Noosa Regional Gallery plays host to a major travelling exhibition that pulls at the threads of our social fabric, tells Gallery Director, Michael Brennan. It’s the colours and the textures of the materials that hit you before the slogans woven through these impressive works. Raquel Ormella’s

Excite the senses, kick up your heels and enjoy a world-class razzle dazzle cocktail of over 30 events, writes Helen Flanagan. It’s a promise. With the sun in your heart, you’ll be stayin’ alive and ready to love cabaret, music, comedy, dance, musical theatre, ballet, poetry,

If you have ever wondered what happens inside an artist’s sanctuary, Jolene Ogle finds out how you can take a sneak peek inside some of Noosa’s most unique studios. Noosa Open Studios is back for another year, allowing art-lovers and the naturally nosey to look inside

An impressive six-decade and multi-country career have led one of the forefathers of Pop Art to settle in Noosa. John Caruso discovers what it means for the awestruck arts community. Noosa artist Trevor Purvis from Noosa Open Studios said it best at the recent Noosa Food

Nestled between three mountains is the creative community of Cooran and for the tenth year, the main street is about to come alive with brilliant artworks. Jolene Ogle finds out what to expect at the Tall Trees Art Exhibition. Buoyed by a supportive sense of generosity

It’s excitement time again as performers and acts across multiple genres line-up for showtime at NOOSA Alive! Helen Flanagan goes backstage to raise the curtain on some exclusive headline acts. The energy levels have sky-rocketed at NOOSA alive! this year with the appointment of new Festival

Noosa Regional Gallery Director, Michael Brennan, considers how the experience of the natural environment in art can be more than simply well resolved landscape paintings. Images of the environment – landscapes– are arguably amongst the most common subjects encountered in art. It’s the go-to thesis for

Alicia Sharples takes us on tour of the Cooroy Butter Factory Art Centre’s state-of-the-art ceramics studio and explains how much passion goes into making a single piece of pottery. Word on the street is that ceramics are the new yoga. Not only are the classes at

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